Medical Detoxification (New Vision)
New Vision is a medical stabilization service for people with drug, alcohol,
and health related issues.
The use and abuse of alcohol and/or other chemicals can disrupt a person's
life in many ways. Loss of job, breakup of marriages and families, loss
of self-esteem, and even loss of life can result from the continued abuse
of substances without proper treatment. However, with stabilization, and
an ongoing desire to remain free of the burden of substance use, many
individuals can resume and maintain healthy lifestlyes.
New Vision is a service that can reshape your life for a brighter future.
New Vision accepts most insurance, Medicaid and Medicare plans.
New Vision offers help for those who are suffering incapacitation due to the effects
of drugs, alcohol, or acute withdrawal symptoms, and related health problems.
Medical Treatment Team
The New Vision Service has qualified hospital personnel including the following:
- Medical director
- Nursing staff
By utilizing their training and experience, the staff will insure that
each person receives the attention necessary for safe medical stabilization
in the hospital.
Inpatient stabilization begins with a medically supervised hospital stay
for the inpatient treatment phase, which typically lasts three days. Upon
admission, initial assessments of the patient's fundamental needs
are accomplished. These assessments include a medical history, physical,
a complete laboratory workup, and a nursing assessment.
Discharge planning will be done prior to leaving the hospital. The patient
will be referred to an appropriate community-based aftercare program.
The goal of these support groups is to blend education for all patients
regarding chemical dependency with practical methodologies to prevent relapse.
THE DIAGNOSIS OF NEED FOR INPATIENT ADMISSION CAN ONLY BE MADE BY A LICENSED
Let today be the first day of your commitment to a New Vision for your
future. Take responsibility for your actions and decisions today so you
can shape tomorrow your way. Take charge of
For more information about the New Vision service please call 1-800-939-CARE
(2273) or (256) 543-5467.